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. >> students ben simon and mia savally decided to do something it and founded the food recovery network. >> we grew up in montgomery county and being involved in a lot of hunger and homeless service projects and basically we knew there's tremendous need in the d.c. area for the food. >> he's writing down how much we have and we calculate. >> this is a good amount of food, at least 100 meals. >> food is precious and there's no reason for that food to go to waste if it doesn't have to see we knew the volunteers would be up for it. >> the food recovery network collects the leftover food from university dining halls and sports event that is would otherwise be thrown away. >> prior to the food recovery network, all of this food have been composted or sent to a land fill but thanks to the support and partnership of dining services, we have been able to recover this delicious food and someone will be eating it tonight or tomorrow. >> in its first year, the food recovery network donated more than 50,000 meals. they're in talks with 20 colleges across the country and hope to make the food recovery netw
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